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Configurable ftp-proxy with LDAP authentication

I am looking for solution for following situation. I have bunch of ftp account (many servers) and many users. They need access to that servers. I don't want to give every user passwords to every ...
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Https transparent proxy and SSL certificate validation

If I setup a transparent proxy for https connections using a SSL certificate signed by my local CA and distributed to all my active directory clients by GPO, may the client (browsers) reject or advise ...
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How do I edit a signed or encrypted SMIME message to include a footer?

Is there any way to edit a signed/encrypted SMIME message so that there is a legal disclaimer on the message? I'm thinking about the MIME multipart email directive may allow for this.
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Move a Sftp User in a Subdirectory of his Jail

I've a question concerning the Jail explained later: User to be jailed: foo Jail Directory: /mnt/foo-jail Home directory of foo: /mnt/foo-jail/foo-home Everything is ok. Jail is up and the user is ...
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How to store admin passwords in a way that can be accessed by multiple admins? [closed]

How to store all the admin passwords for routers, servers, desktop computers in the network if they need to be accessible by multiple admins? There are so many that they can't be memorised and they ...
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DNS ATTACK \/ or some kind of an error, i don't know

I am getting those errors in my CSF firewall, I would like to know how can I stop it. is it type of an attack? also if it is, how can I stop it? Mar 11 22:48:57 root named[7598]: client ...
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Catch incoming email and then deliver to original recipient on sendmail

in the company I work for there are a user that is making bad use of the email, but to have evidence of what he is doing we need to intercept all the incoming email to him and all outgoing email from ...
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How to copy locked swap files in ESXi?

Based on this question : How to disable swap files in ESXi?. The main answer states that it is possible to extract data from the swap files (for exemple using strings) so I tried to make a simple ...
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How to implement table security without SUPER privilege?

A MAJOR provider of cloud-based MySQL does not grant the SUPER privilege to the master user. The provider is Amazon RDS, but my question isn't about Amazon RDS specifically, it's for the general case ...
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What is the Rowhammer DRAM bug and how should I treat it?

DRAM chips are very tightly packed. Research has shown that neighboring bits can be flipped at random. What is the probability of the bug triggering at random in a server-grade DRAM chip with ECC ...
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Restrict hostapd wireless client from talking to eachother

How can I keep a wireless client of hostapd from talking to a wired client on the same network or another wireless client on the same network? Here's my network topology: [wired client] --> ...
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Why is Android / IE using 3DES when AES is available?

I have a Zimbra installation and want to harden the cipher suites. I disabled some and am quite OK with what is left. The problem now is that the Qualys SSL test shows a lot of clients will use 3DES, ...
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Is using su to drop root in shell scripts a security risk?

When searching for how to drop root permissions in shell scripts, I often see answers using su. However, when you're done using su you can just type logout and be back at the shell of the original ...
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Giving access to multiple users for remote desktop

I have 50+ users whom I want to give remote desktop access to multiple VM machines. Instead of adding each individual user to "Remote desktop users" I created a AD security group & added all the ...
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Blocking SSH Brute force from a HAProxy LB

We're trying to grant access to an internal SSH server using a HAProxy setup on a public DMZ. This works as expected however connections into the server are originated from the HAProxy (tproxy won't ...
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PSAD IPTables logging error

I installed PSAD on my Ubuntu server and then set the IPTables accordingly. But I still get this error by email: You may just need to add a default logging rule to the /sbin/iptables 'filter' ...
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New User Accounts have “Too Much” privileges Windows 7 Ultimate Edition SP1 x64

I am running Windows 7 Ultimate Edition SP1 x64 (Build 7601) in WORKGROUP mode (Non-NT_Domain, Non ADDS environment). I am the Administrator of these machines and Network. My setup is only a few ...
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Please clarify for me how tcpwrappers works

We've recently gone through a security audit and among several valid and other, quite pointless findings is one that states that tcpwrappers is not disabled. I've never used tcpwrappers so I don't ...
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Windows Server Administration - which services are safe to run internet facing?

Coming from a Linux background and now having to manage some Windows servers (2008R2 & 2012R2) I'm wondering which services are safe to run directly over the internet. The servers are all internet ...
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Recomendations for this mail server setup?

EMAIL SERVER SETUP Hey, its my first time using serverfault but I hope the community can help. I am trying to build a secure email system using Linux, Postfix, Dovecot and MySQL. I have read on ...
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web application audit task require my remote IP to be allowed on application network firewall [closed]

I want to audit a web application which is hosted on a web server sitting behind a cyberoam firewall. My task is to run a scan from my remote machine which has ISP MTNL broadband. My machine gets a ...
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How do I open specific ports on Linux (an AWS instance of RHEL v. 7)?

I'm using RedHat version 7. My AWS instances are in a security group with ample permissions for inbound connectivity. I can do Yum updates. The servers can ping each other. I can transfer files ...
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Tracking user activity in openvz container?

I have been trying to figure out a way to track user activity in an openvz container for a long time now (auditd like in KVM's). This is a PCI-DSS requirement. I can't seem to find any good ...
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Run two mysql process on one data directory

I would like to launch two mysql process on one data directory (/var/lib/mysql) I have two servers, web-01 and web-02 but web-01 locked mysql data directory, and i would like to break this security. ...
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WinRM Publicly Available

I am looking for specific feedback on WinRM. There are ::still:: debates out there about whether or not making RDP publicly available without a VPN is a good idea--There are no debates on whether or ...
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WRT160NL Linksys Cisco Wifi router

There is a WRT160NL Cisco Wifi router, and has to decrease the wifi range, so it cannot go outside of the office. I tried to find this settings on the admin page, but I have not found yet. Does ...
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Need advices on iptables

Helly guys ! :-) . I need a (several?) advice(s) from you about my iptables setup. I'm pretty new to iptables, and this is the first time I configure a server with iptables ONLY as a firewall (we ...
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snort: drop icmp rule doesn't actually drop packets

I installed snort-2.9.7 from sources, and launch as IDS: % snort -devQ -A console -c /etc/snort/snort.conf -i eth0:eth1 Enabling inline operation Running in IDS mode ... The config file is very ...
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Does Ubuntu 12.04LTS have the OpenSSL heartbleed fix?

Only OpenSSL 1.0.1f or later has the fix for the heartbleed exploit. So does Ubuntu 12.04LTS have the fix? We need to use 12.04LTS for reasons I won't go into, and we can't upgrade. According to this ...
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how do I set restrict anonymous to 2

I want to change the registry setting for restrictanonymous to "2" (HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\restrictanonymous). I created a script to do this but noticed the setting kept on going ...
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Application-role based access with nginx?

What are some different ways to configure nginx to allow static file access based on application-defined roles that a user belongs to? (Not local system user groups or roles, just roles defined at the ...
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Permissions set to 555. How can another user modify the files? [duplicate]

I run an Ubuntu 12.04 x64 VPS with Vesta, and a site in PHP. It has been hacked several times with injected code that looks like this: <?php ...
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Fixing the IIS tilde vulnerability

One of our IIS servers (IIS 7.5, Server 2008 R2) is apparently "vulnerable" to the tilde Short Filename disclosure issue. However, I'm having a hard time actually fixing the issue. So far, I've ...
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In OpenVPN, what's the risk of omitting the key-direction when using tls-auth?

In my TLS enabled OpenVPN configuration I would like to use the additional security offered by using tls-auth. The good news is, is that it works as expected. However, I have a question about the ...
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https and ssh access to OpenVPN from windows

I recently installed OpenVPN on a remote CentOS 7 web server. I am able to connect to it from a local CentOS 7 devbox by typing openvpn --config /path/to/client.ovpn. Once the connection is made, I ...
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How to I assign OWNER RIGHTS permissions to a file in Windows 7?

When I run ICACLS on a file, it returned: foobar.LDF OWNER RIGHTS:(OI)(CI)(F) BUILTIN\Administrators:(OI)(CI)(F) What securityid do I pass to icacls to assign to the generic user ...
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tacacs+ for Linux authentication/authorization using pam_tacplus

I am using TACACS+ to authenticate Linux users using pam_tacplus.so PAM module and it works without issues. I have modified the pam_tacplus module to meet some of my custom requirements. I know by ...
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give serverprincipalname read write permissions to security group members

What are the settings for the group to make the following change? I need to create a group that can be used to grant: serviceprincipalname SELF Read serviceprincipalname SELF Write to its members. ...
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Use VPS provider's kernel or maintain my own?

I've got a Debian Wheezy VM on Linode and they run it with their own kernel. As a reputable company, I'm sure they're quick to apply security patches, and all I need to do is reboot to get the new ...
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smb.conf - where do I set key and certificate for 'smb encrypt' transport encryption?

Reading smb.conf man page I can enforce encrypted smb transport; smb encrypt = mandatory. Where do I set the keys to use for the encrypted transport? I was expecting something like apache2: ...
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Is it possible to break out of a “trap 1 2 3” secured terminal session by using SIGSEGV?

The title says it mostly. I'm auditing the security of a terminal-based application on AIX, and the way you use it is to connect to it remotely through telnet, where the ".profile" of the telnet user ...
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snort complains on local.rules

I just installed snort-2.9.7.0 on Fedora 20, and am getting error when running: % snort -c /etc/snort/snort.conf --dump-dynamic-rules=/tmp Running in Rule Dump mode --== Initializing Snort ...
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My site is suddenly getting slammed, not legitimate traffic

I run a site with about 700 registered users. On a typical day, there are 30-50 hits. In the last three days, the traffic has increased insanely fast (according to Google Analytics). I got 7,287 hits ...
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Compiling nginx and php

Im about to set up a basic web server based on ubuntu server 14.04 x64 with an online shop section, the server will also consist mysql, mail, and maybe other servers as well until it runs smoothly. ...
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I guess that my mail server is unprotected and spammers are using my mail server to spam myself [duplicate]

Since I switch to my own mail server (I folowed this two tutorials: https://www.linode.com/docs/email/postfix/email-with-postfix-dovecot-and-mysql and ...
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What is the best way to isolate permissions to a role, where traditionally role-based security is not implemented?

The particular example I'm pursuing here is a having a deployment officer role. Typically, this would be performed by one particular employee, but that employee can get sick, fired, go on vacation, ...
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I see a flood of requests from Revista22

In many of the sites I am running I see in Google Analytics thousands of visits referred from a site called revista22.ro, which I don't know and which mentions nothing about any of my sites. Also, I ...
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What are the MOST Important Things to Configure on a WAF? Specifically Barracuda Web Application Firewall

I will be hosting a web application on a cloud provider. This will be protected behind a WAF specifically Barracuda's Web Application Firewall Vx. I do not have too much experience with WAF ...
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kadmin cannot list principals “requires list privileges”

I can authenticate fine via kadmin however cannot list principals? [root@server ~]# kadmin -p admin Authenticating as principal admin with password. Password for admin@org.domain.com: kadmin: ...
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How to get an early warning to someone logging into a server

I like to be notified when someone is logged into one of my Linux servers, and also be able to find out what the location of the login attempt. How can I do this?